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Rodney Harrell, PhD (@DrUrbanPolicy)
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People, places, and the policies that affect them
People, places, and the policies that affect them

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The @Harvard_JCHS is releasing a new State of the Nation's Housing on 6/24 at 12ET - the webcast will be here: http://harvard.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=32bdef9ad4f5c24e42bebf634&id=6702d35076&e=3661b1b0d2
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Thanks to the Prince George's County Social Innovation Fund for naming me to the top Forty under 40!

It is my privilege to help improve communities, and I appreciate the recognition.
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The @WashingtonPost looks at impacts of living alone and solutions, including #AgeFriendly Communities and Villages. http://ht.ly/C4Wb5
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Housing America's Older Adults is available - read this important new analysis here: http://www.jchs.harvard.edu/research/housing_americas_older_adults. Webcast @ 11ET. #Housing50
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There are only 31 affordable, available units for every 100 extremely low income renter households - see more about housing people with low incomes in NLIHC's new Housing Spotlight: http://nlihc.org/article/housing-spotlight-volume-4-issue-1
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The Boom in Golden Girls-Style Shared Housing: Where’s the Beef?
NBC, Touchstone Television and their partners should be
proud– it has been 22 years since the final episode aired, yet the influence of “The Golden Girls” means
that every year reporters ask about the
boom in “Golden Girls Housing .”  This
form of shared ho...
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I'm about to be interviewed on shared housing by Paul Wescott on America Now Radio at 6:30ET / 3:30PT. Listen in! http://www.iheart.com/live/News-Radio-1300-WKCY-4176/?autoplay=true
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Did you miss our measuring livability talks at #APA14? Watch my video with the American Planning Association's Anna Ricklin. Aging in Place - An Interview with Rodney Harrell, PhD
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